Law & Crime reports:
The defamation lawsuit filed in March by Aaron Rich, the brother of murdered former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, appears to have ramped up significantly with the subpoena of documents, communications and messages sent and received by several Twitter accounts over for the timespan of Jan. 1, 2015 to the present.
In March, Aaron Rich filed a defamation lawsuit in response to various conspiracies that surfaced after the unsolved murder of his brother Seth Rich. Rich particularly sued Texas businessman Ed Butowsky, America First Media Group founder Matt Couch, Couch’s company America First Media Group and the right-leaning newspaper The Washington Times.
The details of the June subpoena shows that Aaron Rich’s legal team at Boies Schiller Flexner LLP is trying to get its hands on a lot of communications sent over various accounts. Attorney Michael Gottlieb listed “primary accounts” for the defendants named above, plus Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, Roger Stone, Kim Dotcom, the website Gateway Pundit and its current employee Cassandra Fairbanks.
Hit the link for much more. This action is separate from the lawsuit filed against Fox News by the Rich family.
BREAKING: Aaron Rich Attorneys Subpoena Twitter to Turn Over All Direct Messages from: @Wikileaks @JulianAssange @KimDotCom, @CassandraRules @GatewayPundit, @RealMattCouch etc https://t.co/D6btvCbTBW via @gatewaypundit
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) June 8, 2018